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Style points arent in fashion at Wisconsin.The seventh-ranked Badgers will push opponents around with withering defense , and try to grind it out on the ground on offense. Theyre not necessarily going to stray from that successful formula just to make an impression on the College Football Playoff selection committee.Coach Paul Chryst is just fine with how his team looks, so long as it can close out the regular season with three straight wins, starting against Illinois on Saturday.I dont spend a lot of time trying to figure that out, Chryst said about blowout wins for other playoff contenders. If we can find a way to score one more point than our opponent each week, thats big. Thats the only guarantee to victory.In one sense, Chrysts club can breathe a collective sigh of relief. Wisconsin (7-2, 4-2 Big Ten, No. 7 CFP) emerged from its rigorous schedule -- five Top 10 opponents in nine games -- about as well as it could have hoped, other than going undefeated. The losses to Michigan and Ohio State were by a combined 14 points.Yet there are no signs of a letdown at Camp Randall Stadium.Doubted nearly every week this season, the Badgers can win the Big Ten West Division by winning their final three regular-season games. That would give Wisconsin a berth in the Big Ten title game, with the playoff potentially in reach.The Badgers should be favored in each of their last three games. After Illinois (3-6, 2-4) comes a trip to Purdue, followed by the rivalry game against Minnesota -- not that Wisconsin is peeking ahead.No, when we do that we lose focus on what we need to do. So just take care of one day at a time, one game at a time and then well see where we are at the end of this thing, tight end Troy Fumagalli said.Illinois has lost six straight to Wisconsin, last winning in 2007. But coach Lovie Smiths team is also brimming with confidence after ending another extended drought with a win over Michigan State last week. It was the Illinis first victory over the Spartans in a decade.I think you just get to the point where you keep pounding the rock, eventually you see a crack, Smith said. Now its about putting a big game together back-to-back.That will not be easy in Madison on homecoming weekend. Here are a couple of reasons why, plus other notes ahead of Saturdays game:RED WALL: Wisconsin is third in the FBS in scoring defense (13.7 points per game) and 11th in total defense (302.8 yards), quite the achievement considering the Badgers have lost their starting inside linebackers to injuries for the season. Theyve also had key injuries at nose tackle and in the secondary. But coordinator Justin Wilcox keeps plugging in replacements, with little drop-off in performance.BY GEORGE: Injuries have led Illinois to play Jeff George Jr. at quarterback, and the third-stringer came through last week against the Spartans with a touchdown pass for the go-ahead score with 1:25 left. It was a confidence-building play for the redshirt sophomore, the son of the former NFL quarterback and Illinois great. But George will be severely tested by Wisconsins defense.GIVE AND TAKE: Illinois quarterbacks have combined to throw just three interceptions, which is tied for fewest in the Big Ten, in spite of the turnover at the position. The defense is also second in the league in fumble recoveries (nine).IN AND OUT: Wisconsin rotates two quarterbacks, with freshman starter Alex Hornibrook taking the majority of snaps. He has shown poise and accuracy, but will give way to senior Bart Houston at times. Houston is a rocket-armed passer with mobility. The system has had middling success, but Chryst is committed to having both passers ready for duty.Illinois gives up 407.2 yards per game, which is 11th in the 14-team Big Ten.BALL HOGS: Running back Corey Clement is averaging 121.5 yards his last four games, and 4.38 yards per carry over that span. Still, the running game has moved along at times in fits and starts. That could change against Illinois, which is giving up 191.9 yards per game on the ground.---AP freelancer Dennis Semrau in Madison, Wisconsin, contributed to this story.---More AP college football: Genaro Armas at: Cheap Soccer Jerseys .ca! Kerry, Two nights after the Scott-Eriksson incident in Buffalo, the Bruins returned home to play San Jose. In that game, Zdeno Chara put a check on Tommy Wingels that clearly targeted his head. Soccer Jerseys Stitched . PAUL, Minn. . -- Devin Hester is done returning kicks in Chicago. Cheap Authentic Soccer Jerseys . This should be celebrated because it will not always be this way. With the amount of money given to players by their clubs these days, it is a wonder that so many of those teams allow the sport to continue to take away many of their assets so they can play for a different team in the middle of their season. Wholesale Soccer Jerseys Online . 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Talib lost his helmet and was penalized for unnecessary roughness.Harris returned and finished the game, but Talib was just as angry after the game .It was a dirty play by a sorry player, Talib said. He dont do nothing. He come in the game, dont catch no passes. He come in the game and chop guys from the back. And he done got the same agent as me. So I see him in Atlanta, Im going to beat his ass.Talib was fined $26,044 just for penalties in the Broncos Super Bowl victory over Carolina last February.After the game, Harris waas just as upset, wanting Douglas fined for the low block.ddddddddddddThat was so illegal, Harris said. I have never had a player try to end my career like that. That was dirty and he should be fined. Thats not football. He tried to take me out for the game and tried to end my career, thats not football.Asked what Talib said to him on the sideline, Douglas said he didnt know and didnt care.It was a clean play, Douglas said. It was a run play, me and him looking at each other and I cut-blocked him. Like I told him, if they watch film, which theyre supposed to do in the NFL, I cut block in the run game. Thats a legal play. I guess he didnt watch film, because if he watched film of last game or any other game, hed see that I cut block in the run game.Denver coach Gary Kubiak said he only knew that Harris got cut-blocked but wasnt sure if it was legal. Tennessee coach Mike Mularkey said he didnt see the block.---For more NFL coverage: and Teresa M. Walker at ' ' '



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